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Michael Laris writes about the transformation of the U.S. transportation system. He has covered government accountability and was a reporter in Beijing.
The project to expand the Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel is among the largest in state history.
Some TSA agents still haven’t received all their back pay; others aren’t confident the deal will hold.
Phones are among a far-reaching list of on-road distractions, researchers say.
The governor’s extraordinary public appearance Saturday laid bare the tensions that have gripped the commonwealth and the country.
Rhode Island Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D) says correspondence from Chao deleted a reference to "climate change" and had other "ridiculous" changes.
The longest wait times to clear security checkpoints were in Minneapolis and New Orleans.
The number of agents failing to show up for work hit an all-time high over the weekend.
Outside experts warn that the U.S. air safety system is under significant stress, and that risks of errors are increasing as the shutdown persists.
Inspectors are being called back to fill gaps, staffing problems persist with airport screeners, and air traffic controllers question how long the situation can be sustained.
Police say the driver looked down inside the vehicle more than 200 times and her smartphone was streaming NBC’s “The Voice" in the run-up to the crash.